Dream Journey: Into an Expanding Definition of Self
Master of Arts (MA)
Committee or Advisor Chair
Hugh Redmond, Ph.D.
Douglas C. Bowman, Ph.D.
Agnes Harris, M.F.C.C.
dreams, self, psychology, transpersonal psychology, Freud, Jung
Developmental Psychology | Neurology | Neurosciences | Psychology | Transpersonal Psychology
Since the earliest recorded times the human mind has pondered on the source and nature of its dreams. It is a curious enough task when consciousness attempts to understand the contents when its consciousness attempts to understand the contents of its awareness, but when the conscious mind seeks to comprehend the ground from which itself arises, the result is confusion. It seems we must allow the unconscious ground of our being to speak for itself, which, fortunately, it does. We dream, imagine, intuit, envision, and create, and by these inspirations we know the unknown and sense our connection to the source of all that is.
Smith, Sharon R., "Dream Journey: Into an Expanding Definition of Self" (1979). Johnston Master Theses (20th Century). 35.